Overbrook Academy is an accredited international Catholic boarding school for girls in grades sixth through ninth.
Overbrook Academy is a member of the OAK International Academies.
The logo on its emblem reads: “Integra Mulier” (Integral Woman). This refers to the integral formation offered to the students which includes the intellectual, human and spiritual growth of each student, encouraging each one to become that “integral” or well-rounded woman she is called to be.
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Official Admission Resolution
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Prices, Dates and Fees
Rules and Regulations
Overbrook offers a high quality and challenging program of study to its students in grades 6-9.
Standards based curriculum
Differentiated instruction- Individual Learning Plans
Blended Learning- a hybrid form of instruction combinng online learning with small group instruction
STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math)
Give them the opportunity to practice speaking English with native speakers. There are several outings dedicated to know Boston as well as New York City and its beauty
All students are invited to participate in the extended vacations trip that takes place every year to Canada, Ski the White Mountains of New Hampshire, Italy and Washington D.C./Philadelphia P.A.
Come make this the best summer of your life at Camp Overbrook!
Water activities…surfing, kayaking, canoeing and paddle board
Extreme Fitness…High/Low Ropes, rock climbing
Sports Galore…soccer, tennis and much more
Musical Theater, Karaoke, Arts & Crafts
Horseback Riding (Limited Space)
Two hours each day of academics to improve English
Boston, New York City, Roger Williams Zoo, Water Country, Newport, Kimball Farms, Six Flags N.E. and Shopping
Saturday, July 8, 2017 – Saturday, August 5, 2017
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